As a conference centered on understanding and engagement between various global perspectives, we advocate for the participation of a diverse array of voices. Because of this, we’d like to offer students easier access to the conference through a range of scholarships coordinated with the generosity of our conference partners and sponsors.

All of our scholarship applications are closed and the scholarships are already being awarded. Scholarship options for the 2024 conference will be made available in mid-2024.

U.S. Scholarship (CLOSED)

Thanks to the generous support of the Heinrich Böll Foundation, Washington D.C., we provide a scholarship for U.S. students with a strong interest in transatlantic relations.

The scholarship will cover domestic travel costs and accomodation in Boston, and recipients will be granted free admission to the conference.

Deadline: September 22, 2023

Learn more here: U.S. Scholarship

QuantCo Travel Scholarship (CLOSED)

QuantCo is offering up to ten travel scholarships for German university students to attend the 2023 German American Conference (GAC).

As part of the travel scholarship, QuantCo will cover:

  • Round trip flights (up to €600)
  • A 4 night hotel stay from October 26 to October 30, 2023
  • A dinner with QuantCo

Deadline: July 15, 2023

Learn more here: 2023 QuantCo Travel Scholarship

GAC Scholarship (CLOSED)

Are you eager to shape the future of transatlantic cooperation and become part of a global network of transatlantic thinkers? Look no further!

We will offer financial support for students to attend the GAC, covering:

  • A scholarship of up to 600€ to cover travel costs, including flights, trains, and bus tickets
  • Free conference admission 


Deadline: August 18, 2023

Learn more here: GAC Scholarship

The Halle Foundation (CLOSED)

The Halle Foundation is a grant making foundation, located in Atlanta Georgia, that was founded by The Coca-Cola Company executive Claus Halle to promote friendship and understanding between the peoples of Germany and the United States.

 The Halle Foundation provides scholarship funding each year to exceptional students in the German programs at nine Georgia colleges and universities to enable them to attend the German American Conference at Harvard.

Learn more here: The Halle Foundation